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# Desk-Sized Multiplication Charts for Students

• Updated:  01 Nov 2023

Download 4 desk-size multiplication charts so every student can keep their own chart handy!

• Non-Editable:  PDF

• Pages:  1 Page

• Years:  4 - 7

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teaching resource

# Desk-Sized Multiplication Charts for Students

• Updated:  01 Nov 2023

Download 4 desk-size multiplication charts so every student can keep their own chart handy!

• Non-Editable:  PDF

• Pages:  1 Page

• Years:  4 - 7

Download 4 desk-size multiplication charts so every student can keep their own chart handy!

## A Must-Have Multiplication Chart for Every Student

Make it easy for students to memorise their times tables with a handy multiplication chart that’s made just for them! This printable chart covers the numbers 0 to 15, providing the products for dozens of multiplication problems.

Available as a printable PDF, the chart can be printed in color or black and white. Your download also includes a blank copy for your students to practise filling out.

## What Is a Multiplication Chart?

Is this your students’ first introduction to using these charts to help with multiplication? Here’s an easy way to explain the tool to your class:

A multiplication chart is a table that shows the product of two numbers that have been multiplied. The chart is set up in grid form, with one set of numbers written along the top of the chart and another set of numbers written along the left side.

Within the rectangular chart is an array of numbers representing the product of multiplying a number from the side of the chart with a number at the top.

## How to Read a Multiplication Chart

In order to use a multiplication chart to find a particular multiplication fact, here are some simple steps for students to follow:

1. Determine the factors of the problem.
2. Find the first factor in the numbers listed in the column on the left-hand side of the multiplication chart.
3. Find the second factor of the problem in the numbers listed on the top row of the multiplication chart.
4. Using your fingers, trace along the row that begins with the first factor until you reach the column that starts with the second factor. The square where these two numbers meet is the product!

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